gigantic, propulsive, lavishly drawn and smartly annotated global timeline of science and technology…Filled with hidden details and subtle wit
Timeline: Science and Technology
Timeline is a visual history of the inventions, discoveries and technology that have shaped our world
Written and illustrated by Peter Goes
Translated by Bill Nagelkerke
A big visual introduction to the world’s greatest inventions, discoveries and technologies for children, young and old.
Travel through time with this remarkably illustrated 80-page journey of our planet and society’s most fascinating technologies, from the first tools to the creation of YouTube and beyond.
The extraordinary illustrator Peter Goes, in his signature playful style, takes us effortlessly across the timeline of the world’s scientific and technological histories, past medical breakthroughs, remarkable scientists and innovators, from the Stone Age to the present day.
With a mixture of facts, figures, infographics and fun illustrations, each colourful detailed double-page scene covers a period in history, showing key inventions and discoveries in all parts of the world. The perfect combination of STEAM elements for school aged readers.
Every page includes talking points for young children and a chance for older children and adults to put their own tech knowledge to the test.
An accessible and fascinating timeline of science and technology, for every age.
“Gigantic, propulsive, lavishly drawn and smartly annotated” — The New York Times
Peter Goes lives in Belgium, where he works as a freelance illustrator. He has studied animation at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (KASK) and his other books include Timeline: A Visual History of Our World and Rivers.
Country of Origin Belgium Reader Age 11-14 year, 6-8 year, 8-12 year Book Size N/A 37 × 27 cm ISBN TimelineScience 9781776573004
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